Ten@10: Georgia Tech offers Callaway’s Ricky Parks as quarterback

THE TEN AT 10:

1. Ricky Parks prides himself on being able to play pretty much any position on the football field. But the 6-foot-4, 225-pound athlete from Hogansville admits to being more than a little pleased that Georgia Tech wants him to play quarterback in college.

Ricky Parks played tight end, wide receiver, outside linebacker, free safety and quarterback at Callaway, but Georgia Tech wants him under center. (Photo provided by 247Sports.com)

Ricky Parks has played tight end, wide receiver, outside linebacker, free safety and quarterback at Callaway, but Georgia Tech wants him under center. (Photo provided by 247Sports.com)

That is Parks’ primary position at Callaway High School. The Yellow Jackets offered him a scholarship to play quarterback for them early Wednesday morning.

“It elevates them a little bit knowing they want me to play quarterback,” said Parks, who is projected mostly to play tight end on the next level. “We run the option at my school, but not the triple option like they do. But I believe it’s something I could do.”

Clearly Tech believes so, too. It is the first school to offer Parks purely as a quarterback.

Parks, who I included among my “Tentative Top 10″ prospects for 2012, also has offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. Only the Gators have discussed with him the possibility of playing some quarterback.

“Florida offered me but not purely as a quarterback,” Parks said. “They’re thinking of me more  as a hybrid like Trey Burton.”

Despite Tech’s welcomed overture, the Jackets don’t immediately shoot to the top of Parks’ list. Alabama holds that spot

“So far I’d say Bama is my leader,” Parks said. “They have probably one of the coolest coaching staffs around and their fans are great and really know how to make you feel at home.”

Nevertheless, Parks in no rush to make a decision. He doesn’t expect to choose a school at least until the national all-stars next January. He has been invited to both the U.S. Army and Under Armour All-America games.

2. Neiron Ball’s football career may or may not be over at Florida. But that’s the last thing coach Mike Parris is worried about right now. “He’s going to live; he’s going to be all right. So we’ll worry about that football stuff later,” said Parris, who coached Ball at Jackson High.

Ball, a rising sophomore linebacker for the Gators, dropped out of an off-season conditioning drill in Gainesville on Monday because of severe headaches. When the headaches persisted, Ball was taken to Shands HealthCare hospital where it was determined he was suffered from bleeding in his brain. Doctors eventually diagnosed him with a congenital vascular condition.

“The last update I had is he’s stable,” Parris said Thursday morning. “He’s still in ICU but they’re going to let him out Friday maybe.”

Ball (6-2, 222) was a four-star prospect when he signed with the Gators out of Jackson. He appeared in eight games as a true freshman last season and finished with 10 tackles. He was expected to compete for a starting position this season.

“I wouldn’t assume football’s over for him right now,” Parris said. “They have not even discussed it yet. He’s definitely out for spring, which is fine. The important thing right now is it looks like he’s going to be all right.”

3. Georgia followed the latest trend in college football coaching when it went to the NFL to make its latest hire. The Bulldogs on Wednesday tabbed Washington Redskins’ assistant Kirk Olivadotti to coach linebackers. Increasingly college teams are turning to NFL coaches to join their staffs as their pro experience is attractive to recruiting prospects hoping to one day play in the league.

Olivadotti’s selection was hardily endorsed by at least one UGA letterman. “UGA you just got one hell of a coach in Kirk Olivadotti,” Redskins defensive end Phillip Daniels posted on Twitter.  “The defense just got a whole lot better. One of the smartest coaches I have ever known. Enjoy success with him on board. Congrats K.O.”

4. Remember Josh Jarboe, the can’t-miss wide receiver prospect out of  Atlanta’s Cedar Grove High School? Well the 2008 Oklahoma signee just landed at Arkansas State.

Jarboe (AJC)

Jarboe (AJC)

The 6-3, 195-pound Jarboe was dismissed from Oklahoma before ever playing a game after he was arrested on felony gun charges (later reduced to a misdemeanor via first-offender laws) and followed that by posting a controversial rap video on YouTube. Jarboe transferred to Troy, where he was also dismissed (for undisclosed team rules violations) after sitting out a year. He ended up at Northeast Mississippi Community College before signing with Arkansas State during the ongoing national signing period.

“I am just convinced that he has matured and wants to put that past him,” Arkansas State coach Hugh Freeze told The Jonesboro Sun. “I’ve never had a recruiting meeting like that before where a kid is as emotional, breaking down and crying just thinking that somebody is willing to listen to his story. We all have a past. He made a mistake, and he is the first to confess ‘I made a mistake.’ . . . It’s up to him to rewrite his story, and we want to help alongside of that.”

Interestingly, Freeze also recently hired Lane Kiffin’s younger brother Chris Kiffin, who also is overcoming past run-ins with the law.

5. Speaking for one-time signees landing elsewhere, former Georgia Tech safety Brandon Leslie signed with Hawaii this week. Leslie signed with the Yellow Jackets out of Edison High in Fresno, Calif., in 2008. But after redshirting and playing one year at Tech, he returned to California to take care of an ailing father. He played for the College of the Sequoias junior college last season before settling on the Warriors this past Monday.

Leslie said he had no hard feelings about things not working out at Georgia Tech. “I had good relationships there,” he told the Honolulu Star Advertiser.

6. After writing a recruiting profile on Stephenson running back Mike Davis on Wednesday, I had a lot of readers ask me about where he stood with Georgia. Davis — who received his 16th scholarship offer on Wednesday from Auburn — told me the Bulldogs have not offered him and he’s a little bummed about it.

“When I started getting offers like every other day I was wondering, this is my home state, Georgia,” Davis said. “Colleges from out of state are offering me but Georgia is the only team that has not. It’s made me wonder, what is the hold up? I’m left to think they just don’t have much interest in me. I still wonder if and when they’ll offer me. I guess I just have to be patient and wait.”

Asked if a UGA offer was something he covets, Davis laughed and said, “It’s Georgia. Yes sir.”

7. One local running back both the Bulldogs and Georgia Tech have offered is Columbia’s Kenno Loyal. Loyal, who’s first name is pronounced KEEN-o, is a 5-11, 230-pound bruiser. He led DeKalb County in rushing with just under 1,500 yards and scored 17 TDs in only nine games as a junior last season.

Coach Mario Allen said he didn’t even know until recently that UGA had offered his star back. “It must’ve been right before signing day when Coach [Mark] Richt and Coach [Rodney] Garner came by the school,” Allen said. “Kenno said Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Tennessee, North Carolina and Florida have offered. Alabama, Clemson, Kentucky, LSU, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State haven’t yet but probably will soon.”

Despite Loyal’s big frame, Allen said all his suitors are projecting him as a tailback and not as a fullback. “He’s extremely fast for his size,” he said. “He’s a pure tailback. Georgia Tech likes him at their B-back position.”

Here is 11 minutes of video of Loyal in action last season.

8. Stephenson assistant coach Corey Johnson, who handles a lot of the Jaguars’ college recruiting responsibilities for head coach Ron Gartrell, tells me CBS College Sports Network recruiting analyst Tom Lemming is planning to come to the school Friday to do a story on all the Football Bowl Subdivision talent the school is producing. The Jaguars are expected to have as many as 15 players ink scholarships with major colleges in 2012. Lemming seems to think that might be the most in the country this year.

Stephenson has sent more than 20 seniors to college football each of the past two seasons. Georgia High School Football Daily publisher Todd Holcomb points out that at least three this year’s expected recipients are first-year transfers into the school. Linebacker Raphael Kirby, who has moved in from Parkview, has offers from Auburn, Florida, South Florida and Southern Miss. Tight end Joshua Parris, who came from Shiloh, has an offer from South Florida. Running back T.J. Moon, who came from Union Grove, has an offer from Memphis and is being recruited by Notre Dame.

9. Former South Carolina assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Shane Beamer recently joined his father Frank Beamer’s staff at Virginia Tech. I found this Q&A with Beamer in the Virginian-Pilot an interesting read. Beamer, a former Georgia Tech assistant, was given a lot of credit for the Gamecocks’ recent recruiting successes. In this interview, he talks about how he has made recruiting Georgia a cornerstone of his talent-acquisition philosphy and he intends to continue to recruit the area for Virginia Tech. South Carolina signed 11 players out of the Peach State on national signing day.

10. THIS & THAT: Central Gwinnett sophomore linebacker Trey Johnson is expected to be one of the most heavily-recruited prospects in the Class of 2013, along with Grayson defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche. Johnson just received an offer from Illinois, which is his sixth so far, according to head coach Todd Wofford. Georgia Tech, Auburn, FSU, Southern Cal and Cincinnati have already offered, Wofford said. . . . Illinois also offered Central Gwinnett running back George Morris. . . . Maryland offered Marist OL Nick Brigham (6-4, 281), according to Scout.com’s Chad Simmons.

By Chip Towers, The College Recruiting Blog

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Saban Says......

February 18th, 2011
3:20 pm

@DawginLex

February 18th, 2011
10:48 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC8X_hI3ypw

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a glimpse of what the future holds in 2012 when we visit…………

we always win at Bama under Richt

DawginLex—— I prefer this video. Be careful what you ask for son, these aint Mike Shula’s players Saban is coaching anymore. UGA had at least five 1st round picks on that team and had to go to OT to beat Alabama team that Louisiana-Monroe beat straight up. Whew , that’s really something to brag about.
When you puppies come back to Tuscaloosa , Alabama fans will call this ‘the knockout’ to your blackout.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl-WDvCsmcM&feature=related

RRTDawgs

February 18th, 2011
3:47 pm

UGA still could be in it for Jordan Jenkins Tech just landed a DE so don’t count out UGA with Jenkins i am sure Grantham and his new coach will recruit hard for Jenkins I agree with Conley i think with Mitchell , Rome , Chris Conley Murray will have more weapons .

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
3:48 pm

@ Saban Says…, I agree that UGA had more talent than Bama did that year, but at least that close game was a road game for UGA. I certainly think Shula left more in the Bama cupboard than the Louisiana-Monroe coaches brought to town. While I still don’t like what our program pulled that night in the Bama “Blackout” game, you certainly have no point with your Louisiana-Monroe reference. We can go back and forth on who has done what over the years and points can be thrown around forever. Just try to bring something informative to the table as most of your fellow Bama bloggers do. Give us knowledge in this recruiting forum, rather than spouting off about our Coach and our program. If you can’t do that then maybe you should switch your loyalties to the group on the Plains. You’re starting to sound like them.

DawginLex

February 18th, 2011
3:49 pm

Richt always wins in Tuscaloser

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
3:54 pm

@ RRTDawgs, Robert Nkemdiche for the 2013 class could very well be the most heavily recruited player ever from our state. He is the #1 player in the state today, regardless of class. I certainly hope that we can get these two to stay home. (He and his brother) I saw where Jeremy Daniels’ teammate has Florida at the top of his list. Let’s hope the big fella is not a follower. Go Dawgs!!!

Brown Dog

February 18th, 2011
4:01 pm

Saban Says,

Fortunately for us, DawginLex offers a blueprint for the kind of high-brow post we’ve come to expect from UGA fans: authoritative, no excessive punctuation to slow the reader down, and a spareness of style that harkens to Hemingway at his best.

Follow it as best you can.

Saban Says......

February 18th, 2011
4:02 pm

Conley, hey man ,chill out I got no beef with you. You are a respectful poster that doesn’t insult my state or my university. DawginLex is not. My comment was directed to him, relax.

DawginLex—Too bad he never wins in Jacksonville, loser

Real Problem

February 18th, 2011
4:04 pm

K. Conley……I like our young backs if they have room to run.
I like our QB’s if they have time to throw.
I like our receivers ….only if Mitchell plays both ways.
I am very worried about the OL.
I am so on the same page with you on Theus and Alexander.

RRTDawgs

February 18th, 2011
4:10 pm

OL has been our only problem hopefully Will Friend will do a better job than Stacey UAB OL got better under Friend .

BigTimeTECHFan

February 18th, 2011
4:13 pm

No 1 For Tech 2012 – DE/LB Junior Gnonkonde from Lanier County

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
4:37 pm

@ BigTime TECHFan, Uh good luck with that, Junior has stated Florida has a big lead for his services.

@ RRTDawgs, I have some good news and some bad news from a post I read from Lowndes25. The first thing is that apparently Jenkins has no desire to play in Athens at this point, which is what I had been hearing. Lowndes said that he was embarassed at the Athens camp by John Theus who kept whipping his ass in drills. On a positive note, Big J. Taylor has Athens squarely in his sights and it “looks real good” for the Dawgs. Lowndes also thinks that Keith Marshall will end up in Athens. I hope he’s right on this one, but I know we’re going to have a battle with UNC on our hands for that kid. Theus must really be a nasty dude, because I know that Jenkins is a player. Roll Tide can say what he wants, but if we pull Theus and Alexander to go with Ward this year, we will be in great shape on the O-Line.

BigTimeTECHFan

February 18th, 2011
4:41 pm

K Conley: He committed to Tech today
Junior Gnonkonde:
“I never really thought he would be a football player. The first time in the weight room he benched 200 pounds after never lifting before, in four to five weeks he was up to 260. He just fell in love with that weight room,” White said. “Now Junior benches 385 at six-foot-five and 225 pounds and he is still growing!”

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
4:47 pm

@ BigTimeTECHFan, Wow! That sort of came out of nowhere. Congratulations. I read a few weeks ago that he was pretty set with UF. I would much rather you get him than the Gators. Maybe he doesn’t like the new regime at UF. He could be a real find for the Tech people. Again, my apologies.

RRTDawgs

February 18th, 2011
5:17 pm

Thanks Conley for that info John Taylor can’t wait to see Taylor in Athens Marshall loves Hershell Walker has good relationship Richt i told you that before Theus sound like he will good one .

RRTDawgs

February 18th, 2011
6:01 pm

I think one thing that could help UGA get Kieth Marshall is that UNC is still under investigation with NCAA .

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
7:48 pm

K Conley… you bring good stuff to this forum. Are you Lowndes25? You sound alot like. I have noticed you are pretty hard on the Lambert kid. He seems to be rated pretty high by several early lists. http://www.theringer.com/Football2012
As for mobility… I think that’s more of a requirement to run a successful spread offense. One more thing…you guys all seem to think Lambert is a Bama lock. Jameis Winston QB from Alabama is a life long Bama fan and someone most Bama fans consider a lock. Although most believe Saban signs two QB’s in this class.. I have a hard time believing both will sign with Bama.

Realproblem… you are quickly becoming a favorite poster. Very legit statements. You see the big picture and that is the fact that Richt has been getting beat to the punch on these kids. Keep in mind coaches can’t officially offer until they’re juniors. But the evalutation period starts well before that in summer camps. Richt did a great job last year beating Saban on several Georgia kids that Bama lead for at various times. UGA will have another great class. ROLL TIDE!!!!

Viking87

February 18th, 2011
8:43 pm

Just like to get others thoughts on something. First, let me say that I am not a fan of Bobo as the OC. At least, not as far as calling plays goes. He’s been the OC at UGA for several years now. Yeah, I know we haven’t won the NC, and the last two years haven’t been great as far as wins goes, but UGA is still a great school with a rich football tradition.

I’m curious why I never hear of anyone trying to hire the guy as a HC. Or am I just missing something?

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
8:58 pm

@ Blackoutanyone, No, Lowndes25 has quite a bit more insider info. than myself. I’m not sure of the actual affiliation, but Lambert’s Dad is either a big Bama fan or has some kind of Bama ties. From what I hear locally, (I live about 45 miles from Jesup) Greyson is a big Bama lean. I’m not going to say much more on my opinions of the kid other than I will stick by what I’ve said in the past. He’s a local kid, so I wish him well. You can answer a question for me too. What is the word around Bama about the QB situation? Is it all AJ or is Phillip Sims making a move? Sims is one heck of an athlete.

@ RRTDawgs, let’s hope for the best or the worst as it may be on the UNC/Marshall front

@ bigtime, haven’t heard from you since the arrest yesterday. HAHA

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
9:46 pm

K Conley… not sure of the deal with Lambert’s dad and his ties to Bama. In an article this week Lambert said this weekends visit would be his dad’s first to campus. So I don’t know what his ties to Bama are.

As for our QB situation. That is the great mystery and this spring will go a long way in determining that. AJ has a strong arm and has the benefit of time in the sysytem. AJ impressed and outplayed McElroy in last years spring game. Most Bama fans see him as the young gunslinger who trusts his arm and at times may force the ball. Phillip Sims has the stronger arm between the two and is a little more mobile. I’ll say this, we have more talent at the position than we’ve had in 5 or 6 years. Ultimately it will come down to who makes the fewest negative plays. AJ has the lead going into spring. I expect one to transfer this time next year.

Brown Dog

February 18th, 2011
9:50 pm

Not Blackout, Conley, but the QB situation in Tuscaloosa should be THE storyline of the spring. McCarron is a cocky, talented kid. But PS apparently had some heads on the serious swivel while running the scout team.

Given McCarron’s standing and experience, Phillip will have to be very, very, very good to supplant him. But there are those around the program that say he has that kind of ability.

The kid from Gainesville will be getting some snaps, given the possibility that whoever doesn’t start might choose to leave.

Terry

February 18th, 2011
9:53 pm

Saban Says, Not trying to be A hole but just because you have the top recruits doesn’t
Transform into National Championships, It happens to the best teams, as I remember last
Year Bama was suppose to play for the National Championship, (on paper), but Auburn
With lesser talent ended up with the 2011 National Championship.
Auburn and Bama’s last five-year Rivals.com rankings.
———Auburn——-Bama
2010——4—————5
2009—–19————–1
2008—–20————–1
2007——7————–10
2006—–10————-11
According to the rankings Bama had more stars and should have been better than
Auburn. This is Sabans Third #1 ranked class, counting this year, according to rivals.com
If Saban starts losing out at the end of the year to other teams with lesser talent those
Bama people will make life unbearable for him.

Go Gold

February 18th, 2011
9:59 pm

Rome Dawg, Tech Irrelevant? It’s been 31 years since UGA only MNC! Now that’s Irrelevant my friend.

Brown Dog

February 18th, 2011
9:59 pm

K Conley, one other point. If either of our kid QBs plays as well as yours, we will be hard to handle in the year ahead.

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
10:29 pm

Terry….. if you take a look back at the past few National Champions you’ll see a pattern. Most had several close games that were decided by one or two plays or the ball bouncing their way. Last years Bama team was one play away from winning at LSU and had several opportunities to finish off Auburn. Win those two and Bama is back to back National Champions. I get what your saying but I think your missing the point. #1 in recruiting doesn’t assure you of championships… but it can be an indicator as to who will be in the conversation. That’s really all any fan can hope for… then it comes down to who makes those few plays.

Brown Dog

February 18th, 2011
10:40 pm

Terry, you misread Alabama fans. Bama as a coach killer is way, way, way overrated.

Based on two years far beneath anything that Saban has done or will do, Alabama fans would have elected Franchione governor. He was on the verge of being offered a 10 year contract when he bolted like a dog.

DuBose was a joke. Price was a basket case and Shula was over his head. Those were bad hires brought on by the strangle of probation. Nick Saban will leave when he chooses, and not before.

And Blackout is right. Our disappointing season, with nine new starters on defense and a banged up offensive line, was one stop against LSU and one catch or non-fumble against Auburn from playing in Arizona. We’ll take that every year. Meanwhile the depth and overall ability of the team improves by the year. We’ll take that, too.

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
10:54 pm

How many times can the Toomer’s Oaks die? Really good read…. http://networkedblogs.com/eobO5

bigtime

February 18th, 2011
11:00 pm

Blackoutanyone?…..Roll Tide bro! I hear Bama could land another huge commitment this weekend at Jr days. Could be Shanks, could be Winston , could be both. I think Bama makes it to double digit 2012 recruits by the end of the month. I can see a consensus number one recruiting class in the very near future my friend. Roll Tide.

K Conley…..I bailed out……lol……Seriously that wasn’t me. For what it’s worth rumor has it that Phillip Sims works his tail off to get better everyday and AJ’s kinda lazy in the learning department with great talent. If anyone watched the Bama All Access last summer you would notice that during QB meetings Sims was taking notes listening and AJ had his down on the table during the meeting. This is an example of what I’m talking about. AJ has a CANNON arm and a gunslinger mentality but he has got to get the mental aspect of the game down pat. Phillip Sims has potential to be scary good. This is great problem for Bama to have.

Roll Tide

bigtime

February 18th, 2011
11:11 pm

Blackoutanyone?….Good link. Let us not forget that these were not the first trees to be poisoned.

http://blog.al.com/breaking/2007/06/police_probe_tree_killings_nea.html

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
11:16 pm

bigtime…still can’t believe you outed yourself on finebaum… your going to have to pay me back for the cash bond. lol as for shanks and winston yeah I wouldn’t be surprised to get a commit from either or both of those guys this weekend. 2012 is shaping up to be the strongest class yet. All these early commits could make for an uneventful signing day. But I can live with that. Really interested to see what Sanders Jr. has to say after this weekend. ROLL TIDE!!

bigtime

February 18th, 2011
11:28 pm

Blackoutanyone?…..lol……’allegedly’…….Dog the Bounty Hunter will be looking for me.

B. Sanders Jr. has recently been believed to be a slight Bama lean at this point and I can see him rolling with the Tide. He would certainly be a marquee recruit for this class. Bama seems to have a lot of marquee recruits already in this class . Roll Damn Tide…….

K Conley

February 18th, 2011
11:34 pm

@ bigtime and Blackoutanyone, Good info. on the QB battle. I’m a little surprised to hear that about AJ being outworked by Sims. If Sims continues to work like that, he could easily become one of the top handful of QBs in America. (Kid has a world of bigtime talent, no pun intended) You’re both right in that it is a really nice problem to have. And Blackoutanyone, it could be that Lambert’s Dad has just been a vocal Bama fan for a really long time. (Either way, I know the kid is excited about being a part of the Bama tradition, I’m actually a little surprised he hasn’t already committed)

@ bigtime, Lowndes believes UGA does indeed lead for Keith Marshall. I was kind of surprised to hear that, but it was nice to hear from him. He also said that we are on the outside looking in with Jenkins, (May be a Ga. Tech, Bama, Barn fight). Looks like we are in really good shape for Deion Bonner and Big Jon Taylor. (I’m really excited about the Taylor info., he’s the type of recruit UGA has missed out on lately) Can’t wait till Boise!!! Go Dawgs!!!

bigtime

February 18th, 2011
11:46 pm

K Conley…… Marshall is a great RB . Bama has offered and is recruiting him also. UGA is in better shape for him than Bama at this point for sure.
About Jonathan Taylor – DT, Millen, GA, he will be attending Bama Jr day tomorrow and I hope for Saban to make a big push for this guy. He is an absolute monster that is nearly unblockable. He would be a nice fit in any 3-4 scheme for sure.
Jordan Jenkins is all over the map. He says AU leads , then he says he loves the Jack LB position that 3-4 defenses use. Who knows but he will be an excellent pickup for someone.

Roll Tide

Blackoutanyone?

February 18th, 2011
11:53 pm

bigtime… Taylor’s teammate James Deloach: “If Georgia does offer, I will look at them hard and break them down like I am doing with the rest of the schools,” admitted Deloach. “Alabama has stood out to me so far because of the environment and everything really. Especially the crowd; their fans are probably the craziest I have seen. Both Alabama and Georgia have a lot to offer and they both seem to push their players to the best of their ability. They both have a lot of similarities, so it really all comes down to how people treat you.”

He goes on to say there is a 99.9% chance they attend the same school.

bigtime

February 18th, 2011
11:59 pm

Blackoutanyone?……That could be good for Bama . Correct me if I’m wrong but DeLoach is originally from Alabama isn’t he ?

Roll Tide

Real Problem

February 19th, 2011
12:52 pm

Blackoutanyone…..thanks for the nice words.
Just believe that Georgia fans would be much better off with less foaming of the mouth and more correct the problem attitude. And to those who do not think we have problems…..well there in lies the Real Problem. I for one admire the way Alabama goes about it business…who would not enjoy the way they conduct themselves on the field….TOTAL FOCUS.
And total focus is what I want at Geogia….on and off the field. Fan base is here and good grief, this state is loaded with talent. Need to keep the Tide out, create some outrageous toll for entering the state. Make them take us to the Supreme Court. I don’t care what it takes…..sign some peace treaty with Alabama. We need one more fantastic year to help right the ship and get this…. COACH THE KIDS UP.

K Conley

February 19th, 2011
2:18 pm

@ bigtime, agree with you on Taylor, He’s my #1 player in the state besides the 2013 kid. Check out Leonard Floyd’s tape if you get a chance. He lists UGA, Bama, and UF. The school that gets him is getting an explosive kid off of the edge.